MetroParks Board of Park Commissioners Meeting - December 17, 2020
MetroParks Board of Park Commissioners Meeting originally scheduled to conduct regular business on December 10, 2020, as announced and posted on MetroParks website, will occur on Thursday, December 17, 2020, beginning at 8:30 a.m.
The MetroParks welcomes your interest in the park system. Because of the Public Health Emergency, the Board meeting will be held in a virtual format via ZOOM only. If you wish to observe the meeting and/or address the Board during its meeting, at the time and day of the meeting shown above, please enter into your
internet capable smart phone or computer the address below
To view the Agenda for the meeting please click on the link below:
December 17, 2020 Meeting Agenda
To address the Board, please wait until the “Public Comment” section of the meeting and then please keep your comments to the point and in a length not to exceed 3 minutes.
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